White Bird-DENVER

I have a visitor in a small tree. About the size of a robin. White bird, brown wings, long beak. Not a dove. Not a gull. I found a Gray Jay in a bird book that looks similar but has black on its head. This bird has a white, round head. Was not able to get a picture. Only time I have seen it is this morning. Will keep watching. I have never seen anything like it. I checked with bird people here (Denver) and they have no idea. Would love to know what it is. I also had a pair ofDownys, gold finches, nut hatches, chickadees, a pair of flickers and a pair of blue jays. Great party!

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Feb 04, 2018
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by: roma

hi again. i,m thinking it might be a snow bunting. this is an upland tundra bird, think caribou. it winters usually in southern canada and northern us. you,re a bit south of that, it likes beachs, short grass prairies, fields and roadsides. so, if you see it again, enjo

Jan 20, 2018
white bird denver
by: roma

hi, did you ever figure out what that white bird was?

Nov 10, 2017
white bird denver
by: roma

the closet thing i can find is a snow bunting. it has a white body, about 7 inches in length.

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